Track Review: Trap Door // Seprona

Seprona are a Liverpool-based indie quartet with a very enticing, professional sound. They have played alongside bands such as The Vaccines and The Flaming Lips and are finding growing success with their fresh, invigorating sound. The…

Album Review: What Went Down // Foals

The highly anticipated Foals album, What Went Down, came out yesterday, on 28th August to highly expectant fans. After teasing us with a few thematically enigmatic singles, including 'What Went Down,' the very heavy and intense title track,…

Single Review: Bile // Bête Noire

Bête Noire is a London-based rock band. Their single, 'Bile' is whacky and a great insight into their intensely lugubrious sound. The word 'bile' already insinuates something deliciously disgusting and grotesque. Enter the achingly sinister…

Single Review: Ursa Court // Twin

Twin is a Brighton-based indie rock band. Their single, ‘Ursa Court,’ released only a couple of weeks ago on Youtube, is an exciting presentation of their sound. The drums propel the song straight from the start, while the husky lead singer…

EP Review: Future Visons // Favela

Favela is a 22 year old Leeds-based producer and released his EP Future Visions on Soundcloud about two months ago. With no prior listening to his music, one might infer, from the names, an electronic-based, ambient, futuristic sound or at…